Front of House Staff - Ted Mann Concert Hall

Ted Mann Concert Hall

University of Minnesota – School of Music

Front of House staff




Ted Mann Concert Hall (TMCH) is seeking outgoing, detail-oriented, hospitable individuals to join our Front of House staff. The right candidate will have experience with customer service in the arts, be able to stay calm in fast-paced situations, be comfortable with downtime, and love to solve problems in an effective and professional manner. Previous Front of House theater experience is preferred, however, we will train the right individual.


TMCH hosts concerts presented by the School of Music, as well as a variety of outside organizations including St Paul Chamber Orchestra, Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus and Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphony.  TMCH also features opera, dance, lectures, and conferences.



Front of House staff serve a valuable role, assuring an enjoyable, welcoming and safe experience for guests during events. Responsibilities include greeting and assisting patrons, passing out programs, opening and closing the house, standing for periods of time, running concessions, and helping in the case of an emergency.


Please note this is sporadic, part-time work, perfect for students or artists who need flexible hours or for those who want a second job. Available shifts are mainly evenings and weekends, but events occur daytime and weekdays as well.  Front of House staff set their own availability monthly.


Ushers commit to working 2 shifts a month, but many more shifts are typically available. The average usher shift is 3-5 hours in length.  


Starting rate is $10 /hour with opportunities for increased pay with additional responsibilities.



We are accepting applications immediately through March 20, 2018.


Please email your cover letter and resume to

Katie Schmieg Miller, Assistant Audience Services Manager



Contact information

Ted Mann Concert Hall - University of Minnesota, School of Music
Katie Schmieg Miller
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Tuesday, March 20
Posted March 7